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Geospatial intelligence for the Energy sector


From price fluctuations and delayed estimates to pipeline leaks and construction setbacks, it’s been a tumultuous year for energy operators and traders. Assets are distributed and difficult to manage, projects are frequently delayed or blocked, and energy commodities are as volatile as ever. Though more and more data is available, uncertainty in the market persists.  

To address this unpredictability, early adopters in the energy sector are using global, daily satellite imagery and advanced geoanalytics to develop a true sense of what’s happening on the ground near the assets and investments they care about.

Oil terminal in Dalian, China.

Our newest webinar, Geospatial Intelligence for the Energy Sector, details how recent geospatial advances are enabling operators and traders to monitor assets, manage business and investment risks, and evaluate competitor and market activity in near real-time.

We are joined by our partner, Orbital Insight, who provides an in depth overview of their capabilities and walks through a specific geoanalytic use case: global oil storage and floating tank farm analysis.  

Webinar: Geospatial Intelligence for the Energy Sector

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